It's always a great time to show your support and become an ally for the Indigenous community (if you're not already).
One way to do this is to get behind local Indigenous-owned businesses. So to help provide some handy inspiration, we've rounded up 26 Indigenous Lady Startups you can buy from any time of the year.
And trust us when we say, many of these items are now in our own shopping carts!
From jewellery, homewares and swimwear brands, here's a bunch of businesses you should get behind in 2022.
Yarli Creative specialise in contemporary Aboriginal art, greeting cards, activewear and more.
KYKOE have a range of hair scarves, hair clips, headbands and some seriously beautiful scrunchies.
Miimi & Jiinda is a First Nations brand by a mother and daughter creative duo. Their prints and canvases are absolute show-stoppers.
Alkina Edwards is a Black creator who has designed a shoe line 'Winyarr Collection' with nonprofit organisation Culture Is Life and Wittner shoes. The profits made go back into community programming through Culture Is Life.
For all your modern stationary needs, check out K-Rae Designs. They sell greeting cards, stickers, notepads, diaries as well as t-shirts.
For t-shirts, hats, face masks and more check out Clothing The Gaps, an Aboriginal owned and led social enterprise that unites people through fashion and cause.
The Koorie Circle sell stunning dangle and stud earrings.
Native Swimwear Australia sells swimwear, activewear, and resort wear - all of which come in some incredible prints!
Haus of Dizzy sell a range of colourful, unique and downright gorgeous jewellery, that have been worn by the likes of Drew Barrymore, Lauren Hill and Miranda Tapsell.
The Grounded Rebel sell amulets, treatments and some very beautiful looking candles.
Amanda Hinkelmann sells "contemporary Aboriginal art based on connection, country and experience".
Dreamtime Aroha is an Aboriginal-operated business that is the original home of the Aboriginal Jarjum Dolly which would make the perfect gift for a child.
Liandra Swim sell a range of signature swimwear which are inspired by Aboriginal Australian culture. They're also an eco-conscious and ethically-minded brand, so big ticks all around.
If you want to brighten up your bin, check out Bindigenous Designs' range of colourful bin stickers.
For original artwork, prints and more, check out Nardurna.
J Indigenous Designs sell contemporary Indigenous designed activewear, including these fantastic sports bras.
This small business sells clocks, artworks, wooden painted letters, photo frames, cheeseboards and more.
Another swimwear store you should definitely have a look at is Indii Swimwear, which sell bikinis and one pieces inspired by the ocean and coastline.
Matakupaat Arts have a range of gorgeous prints, original artwork and framed canvas prints.
Raechel Saunders is a contemporary Aboriginal Artist that creates jewellery, homewares and prints.
ARKIE the Label is a 100 per cent Aboriginal owned textile and fine art label, which sells fine art prints on their website.
If you've got little ones, have a look at Amber Days, an Aboriginal owned and designed children’s wear label inspired by the Australian bush, desert and sea.
Gammin Threads offer "deadly merch for mob and allies to rep" including t-shirts, bags and accessories.
As featured on Blak Business, Wurrumay Collective sells everything from artwork, candles, body butter and chopping boards.
This article was first published on July 4, 2021, and was updated on March 17, 2022.
Feature Image: Instagram @amberdays_thelabel, @raechelsaunders, @alkinascreations, @thegroundedrebel, @aboriginalartanddesigns.